Hollyoaks Star Kieron Richardson Pledges Future To Soap!

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Hello buddies! Welcome back in the land of living! Whenever we work in a show from long time with love and passion, then we’ll never ever going to leave it! Today we’re back with a chinchillas story of Kieron Richardson co-relating with the above mentioned reason. 

Hollyoaks, is a British soap opera show which begun in 1995 and first aired on 23rd October on Channel 4. It was created by Phil Redmond and set on a fictional village of Hollyoaks and from 2001, the show had all its release on E4.

Kieron Richardson, is a superhot renowned English personality born on 12 January 1996, and enters in the industry in 2006, and he is also known for his role in Heartbreak as Ricky Smith. Heartbreak is an intriguing police-procedural series based on the “Constable” series of novels scripted by ex-policeman Peter N Walker. 

He is the backbone of the marvellous show Hollyoaks and also won “Best Onscreen Partnership” with Hollyoaks co-star Emmett J. Scanlan at the British Soap Awards in 2013. 

He played the role of Ste Hay in the show since 2006 and covered many social issues like drug-abuse, domestic issues and far-right extremism.                                                                                         

Recently, he posted a picture on Instagram and dedicates his whole life to the Hollyoaks, he stated that whenever the director will return the show, he will be definitely there, frankly, how much love he has for that show and its theme! He always feel grateful for his appearances in the Hollyoaks as a role of Ste Hay!  

You can also check out his Instagram post, 

 

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After a year away ste is back in a tracksuit and I couldn’t be more happy to see what’s to come 😘

A post shared by Kieron Richardson (@mrkieronrichardson) on

We assume, that the Richardson will be seen in another upcoming show! And so, to now more details, stay connected and safe! 

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